IMF back in town to keep eye on issues
Published 11/02/2011 | 05:00
KEY International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff are back in Ireland to make sure the country sticks to the targets set down in the €85bn bailout programme.
Pictured is one of their most senior staff, economist Askoka Mody, emerging from a meeting in the Department of Finance yesterday. The department has set up a unit in its Merrion Street offices to deal with IMF issues.